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Can Marvelous Nakamba Help Luton Town to Safety?

Luton Town is in the English Premier League for the first time in the club’s history. After joining from Aston Villa, Zimbabwe international Marvelous Nakamba played a huge role in Luton’s promotion story. Can Nakamba now help the Hatters stay in the Premier League? Luton in the Big Time The EPL is arguably the best

Why Bonuses Are Important in Non-GamStop Casinos

Bonuses play a significant role in the online casino industry, offering players additional value and opportunities to enhance their gaming experience. While non-GamStop casinos operate independently of the self-exclusion program, they recognize the importance of bonuses in attracting and retaining players, and this is the same with several UK sites not on GamStop. In this

US tries to dissuade African leaders from attending Russia-Africa Summit

By Kevin A. Edwards According to officials quoted by the Financial Times, the United States is trying to discourage African leaders from attending the upcoming Russia-Africa summit in St. Petersburg on July 27-28. The U.S. is reportedly pressuring African countries to condemn Russia’s withdrawal from a grain deal, a move that has raised concerns among

South African Players’ Guide to Mastering the Aviator Game by Spribe

Welcome to your comprehensive guide on mastering the Aviator game by Spribe. This exciting online multiplayer game has taken South Africa by storm, enticing players with its unique blend of simplicity, dynamism, and potential for hefty returns. This article aims to delve into the mechanics of the game, providing invaluable strategies to enhance your gaming

Education Reform in Zimbabwe: Empowering Future Generations

Zimbabwe’s government reformed its educational systems to align with the new national goals soon after independence. Let us examine the ongoing efforts toward its fulfillment. Education is one of the driving forces behind the success of any society. This statement is even more prominent in third-world countries like Zimbabwe. The country is in Southern Africa,

The Elders chairman and former UN secretary general Kofi Annan

Kofi Annan to Chamisa: Don’t complicate election process; stop making unreasonable demands

By Staff Reporter OPPOSITION demands must be reasonable, or they become an impediment to the electoral process, former UN secretary general Kofi Annan has said. Chairman of The Elders Group, Annan was responding to questions from journalists at a press briefing in Harare at the end of marathon meetings with political leaders ahead of the country’s

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa and President Emmerson Mnangagwa

Election too close to call: Poll puts Mnangagwa on 40%, Chamisa on 37%

By AFP PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has only a narrow lead over opposition leader Nelson Chamisa ahead of Zimbabwe’s landmark elections on July 30, according to a poll released on Friday. The Afrobarometer poll put Mnangagwa on 40% and Chamisa on 37% and said there was now a “reasonable possibility” the opposition champion could win after

MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa on Saturday

Chamisa repeats vow to rename Zimbabwe

By Staff Reporter MUTARE: MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa has reiterated his determination rename the country to Great Zimbabwe. Chamisa is the opposition alliance’s presidential elections for elections scheduled for July 30. Addressing thousands of party supporters at Sakubva Stadium Saturday, Chamisa said the country’s name has been ruined by the ruling Zanu PF party.

ZEC chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba

Scandal over leaked data hits election

By Associated Press HARARE: A scandal over leaked data has hit the crunch July 30 election after the ruling party sent personalised, unsolicited campaign messages to potential voters’ mobile phones. The opposition says thousands of supporters reported receiving the messages. “Zanu-PF has been caught with its hands in the cookie jar. There is no legal

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Outrage over Zim rugby treatment in Tunisia; players forced to sleep in the streets after being detained 7-hours at airport

By Sports Reporter RUGBY Africa, the administrative body for rugby union on the continent has been forced to issue a public apology after Zimbabweans expressed outrage for the appalling treatment of the senior national rugby team by their Tunisian counterparts on Monday. The Sables are in the North African country this week where they will

MDC Alliance national spokesman Prof Welshman Ncube

Tensions simmer as crunch vote nears; opposition wary of ‘pro-ruling party’ ZEC

ZIMBABWE’S political parties are trudging along towards the July 30 elections to choose a new administration, although there is simmering tension over state media bias, the role of the military and disgruntlement about the shortcomings by the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC), which opposition parties still feel could be deliberately undermining conditions for free and fair

Former finance minister Tendai Biti

BITI warns West: Don’t be fooled by Mnangagwa

By UK Bureau “Some world leaders seem to believe the charade that a new dawn has somehow arrived in Zimbabwe. It has not.” PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa did not seize power in coup and then, miraculously, become a reformer or a democrat overnight, former finance minister Tendai Biti has warned the West. In an opinion article

Health and child care minister David Parirenyatwa

BYO TERROR: Health minister confirms two dead; one in ICU with serious head injuries

By UK Bureau TWO people were confirmed dead Monday from injuries sustained in the explosion which rocked a rally addressed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Bulawayo Saturday. The first fatalities from the still unexplained blast were confirmed by authorities at Mpilo Central Hospital in the country’s second largest city. Health and child care minister David

Bulawayo rally explosion claims two lives; both VIP security aides

By Byo & Hre Correspondents TWO people died Monday from injuries sustained in the explosion which rocked a rally addressed by President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Bulawayo Saturday. The first fatalities from the still unexplained blast were confirmed by authorities at Mpilo Central Hospital in the country’s second largest city. “I can confirm that two male

President Emmerson Mnangagwa

BYO BLAST: Mnangagwa calls assassination attempt ‘cowardly act’

By Associated Press and Own Staff HARARE:President Emmerson Mnangagwa was unscathed Saturday by an explosion at his Bulawayo campaign rally that state media called an attempt to assassinate him, later visiting his two injured vice presidents and declaring the “cowardly act” will not disrupt next month’s historic elections. Dramatic footage showed a smiling Mnangagwa walking